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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >> bob ehrlich and martin o'malley, taking the race for governor to the airwaves. >> 11 million americans not laboring this labor day. coming up, what the president's message is for those without jobs. >> an epidemic of justin bieber fever swept through the fare fairgrounds last night. >> it is still summer, but it does not feel like it outside. the forecast as we continue
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right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning. i'm lisa robinson, sitting in for mindy basara. >> and i am stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> john collins is in today for tony pann. >> we have a couple of scattered clouds. it is pleasant and cool. almost chilly. it is chilly in the mountains with temperatures in the 40's this morning. 62 degrees at the airport. 67% is the humidity. that number is always high in the morning hours. that number will drop by 10:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. as soon as the atmosphere stores to he doubt -- starts to heat up. barlow was 56 degrees yesterday at the inner harbor, 66 and
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annapolis, also 66. no stormy weather nearby. the nearest rain is up to the great lakes and that will be a mess, and not a hit today. we will have sunshine just ahead. >> our big story, bob ehrlich released his first tv ad this morning. >> kim dacey is live at a polling place in northwest baltimore with that story. >> early voting centers will be open today. they opened on friday and so far nearly 23,000 people statewide have cast their ballots. one of the biggest raises is the race for maryland's governor. bob ehrlich hit the television airwaves yesterday with his first ad of the election season.
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he reintroduce himself to maryland voters and outlines his goals for voters -- improve schools and fix the budget. we showed the spot to a political analyst. he said it looks good esthetically and matches the positivity for martin o'malley's ad. there are no specifics as to how he will accomplish those goals. but it's too early for details packwood voters want to know how you're going to help us out of the recession. >> the o'malley campaign quickly e-mailed the newsroom with a response to the ad.. "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more empty promises." early voting centers will be opened again today across the state. the five polling places in baltimore will be opened from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. today
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through thursday. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> truth in advertising. that is what doug gansler is warning when it comes to campaign literature. the attorney general reported discovering handouts on behalf of candidates that falsely implied endorsement by state and local leaders. there have been cases of voter guides being distributed. all complaints about deceptive practices will be taken seriously and investigated. >> 11 million americans are out of work on this labor day. the president heads to milwaukee to convince americans he is trying to get them a paycheck. >> president obama spends labor day with union workers in milwaukee. this is a day of frustration for many. >> 11 million people out of work
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have left to be thankful for that those on wall street that are doing quite well. >> unemployment creeped up to 9.6% on friday. jobs are not being created fast enough to employ to millions left jobless in this recession. the president will talk about the slow recovery and urged congress to approve $100 billion in tax breaks for small business. >> small businesses are the engine of growth. helps train people for those jobs. >> democrats are fighting to maintain control, hammered by republicans who blame them for the joblessness in america. the president will hold a rare news conference this week where jobs will likely be the number- one issue. tracie potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> students are looking over
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their shoulders after the latest incident that happened on saturday morning. a student was walking and was approached by four individuals and then tackled. one of the suspects took cash from his wallet. police have launched crime time. this is between two yen and 4:00 a.m. and it is when a student is most likely to be targeted. >> we are encouraging anyone late-night to try and travel in pairs, let someone know where you're going. posted police have poste information about the new initiative. a construction worker's recovery after being partially buried on the job. a trench partially collapsed in on the man working at district
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heights. co-workers were able to dig him up enough so that his upper body was free. no word on the condition of the victim who is described as a man in his 50's. >> 82-year-old boy is dead after an accident. he was found in a pool on saturday morning. he was rescued by a family member -- a 2-year-old boy is dead after an accident. >> the surf is not nearly as dangerous now as it has been for the past several days in ocean city. beach patrol officials report the waves on sunday were much calmer than it were on friday. on sunday, the danger gave away too much more relaxed atmosphere. >> there are a lot of rips out
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there, head high. a very tiring. >> you have to know what you are doing out there. it is a lot of fun. >> the affects of hurricane earl were strong enough to affect the closure of rehoboth beach on friday. ocean city mayor is calling the 2010 tourist season a success. official numbers are not in yet. he feels tourism is up, particularly among out-of-state visitors this weekend. labor day is considered the end of summer season. more weeks of business are counted on as a festival kicks off at the end of this week. ales to surget sell
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in a city in georgia. first-time offenders will be charged $25. up to 2 $1 for each additional offense. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. did the georgia town go too far by making low-rising pants or skirts a criminal offense? e-mail your response to again, that is >> 56 degrees on tv hill. coming up, the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> a holiday party in philadelphia comes to a dramatic end, sending half a dozen people off the side of the building. we will tell you what some think is the reason for this deck to collapse. >> just exactly what is "the event"? do not ask the people in the
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cast because they do not know. >> we start out with cool temperatures. it almost feels chilly out there.
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the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent,
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and he's a big part of this community. there are lots of reasons why re/max agents average more sales than other agents. experience, certainly. but maybe it's also because they care about the markets they serve and the neighbors who rely on them. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. visit today. >> good morning. it is labor day. we have a few scattered clouds out there. that is a pretty picture of the inner harbor. 65 downtown. some of the readings in the suburban area have been down in the 50's this morning. a very nice morning this morning. look at the reader. we combine the clouds with the satellite imagery. the imagery does not show these low clouds that are scattered
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over our area this morning. they are not rain makers. there are some up in the great lakes coming out of illinois and wisconsin. high pressure is over us. this will move north and a lot of it will dissipate over the mountains. i do not think rain is a thread today. -- i don't think rain is a threat today. we have not had a 90-degree day or warmer since september 2. we have had 54 days' work it has been 90 degrees or war. that ties director for the most number of days where we have been 90 or warmer. so we're going to see this week if we can break that record. we have tied it. today is not the date to do that. easton, 55. 53 at the board. 55 in elkton.
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edgewood, 61. 52 in frederick. 46, frostburg. some chilly temperatures out in the mountains to the west. here is the big area of high pressure. you can see the clouds and they will go up and over this thing. we're expecting some drier weather today. we could see some clouds here and there. as we get on the west side of it, that will allow a the law more humidity and warmer temperatures to eventually slide into the area. mostly sunny and pleasant today. 81 to 85. south southeast wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. northeast winds southerly at 5 to 10 knots. over the next seven days, closed at 90 on tuesday. that is a mistake. i will have to fix that. it will be partly cloudy day on
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tuesday and a slight chance for a shower on wednesday. 90 will be the high. temperatures back off or a little bit. better chance for some rain over the weekend, especially on sunday. at that, it will be scattered. >> thank you. a girl is dead and six others injured after a gunman opened fire at a party at the los angeles suburbs. this wasn't lancaster. five gunshot victims were found, including the young girl -- this was in lancaster. it appears the shootings are gang related. seven people including a child were injured after a deck collapsed in philadelphia. the deck fell 20 feet onto some cars below on saturday evening.
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some have speculated the collapse may be due to the age of the structure. the most famous flight attendant would not be returning to his old job. he has left his job after working for the last three years. most may assume he was not coming back after his dramatic exit last month when he grabbed two beers and slid down the emergency chute at jfk airport. slater had been suspended since that incident. >> the feds are searching google for the way it searches. the attorney general is checking the fairness of the rankings. how much advertisers pay to reach them. a spokesperson did not comment on the investigation.
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most businesses are off for the labor day holiday. there is still business news to report. we have the bloomberg business report. >> one of the biggest warriors from main street to wall street is rising unemployment. expect this to be a major topic when the president speaks in milwaukee. the president has a few ideas to get many of us back to work. the government could start directly hiring the unemployed. tax credits could be expanded. unemployment benefits could be extended. the president could reduce payroll taxes and extend the bush-era tax cut for the wealthy. an american tradition, firing up the barbecue and grilling and eating hot dogs on labor day. pork prices have been higher
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lately. grocers got fed up for paying steeper costs. hog futures fell to the lowest level in almost three weeks. not many of us load up on pork or bacon the week following labor day. lookout for deals at the grocery store. this is the bloomberg business report. >> the new fall tv season starts two weeks tonight. nbc will debut another monday night, called "the event." the title is shrouded in mystery. we talked to the cast about the secrecy. >> he is going to tell them about the keep that because the promoters have been teasing viewers all summer, but the cast is almost in the same boat as viewers. >> we do not know what the
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effect is. a computerctter is into ther sockeucked conspiracy. >> he is a good guy who is trying to figure out how to survive the impossible circumstances. >> details are tightly guarded. >> i am the president of the united states. >> so is background information on character. >> they don't share with anyone, including fellow cast members. >> they are still figuring it out themselves. cast members are confident it is not the case here. >> we have to evacuate. >> our producers and creators have applauded it out and do you know. >> it is nice to know that somebody is driving the bus. >> or in this case, flying the
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plane. >> the first episode is kind of like getting the border and the corners in. now we get to fill in all the pieces. >> the audience will soon see how those pieces fit together. fueventful.e it is a van >> i am lost. >> it will be three seasons before we find out. >> traffic and weather straight ahead. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you have them. man: let me see the map.
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>> good morning. it's 23 minutes past 6:00 a.m. it is a labor day monday morning. you should be relaxing today. today would be a great day for a barbecue. we have a mostly sunny day with a few clouds going by here and there. 83 will be the high. low humidity is the key to the pleasant that we're using in the forecast today. statewide, a fair share of sunshine just about everywhere.
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the sunshine is the dominant feature. we will make it up to the low 80's at the bay. cooler at the beach and the mountains. we do not have any significant rain in the forecast until next weekend. foreclosures >> are bad for your wallet. losing your home can make you physically ill. we have more. >> chanting from mike foreclosure hotspot, calling attention to the science backing what they have known all along. >> we are in a fight for our lives. >> researchers surveyed nearly 40 people who live in two open neighborhoods. 1/3 are dealing with unhealthy living conditions such as mold and the people died 10 years sooner on average.
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>> the rates of stress and anxiety are two times higher. >> this renter said he never knew his landlord wasn't foreclosure until light realtor showed up. calls are ignored. >> i am stress. my stomach has been in knots. i have had to go to the hospital because of this issue. i have had a battery of tests. >> the link between foreclosures and sickness is eroding neighborhoods that are decades old. >> this will leave a legacy of poor health, stress, of increased violence, and despair. >> they hope the results of this report will spur change soon. >> your local oil change garage is not going to like this story. but it will save you money.
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details from chris clackum. >> when it comes to changing your oil, many are like this guy. >> i changed my oil every 3000. >> based on new research, analysts from said it overly frequent oil changes are wasteful part you could change your oil three times more often then you need to and spending over $1,000 in unnecessary will changes. >> instead of every 3000, they say double it, at the very least. your local mechanic will probably agree. >> every 3,000 miles is overdoing it be correct the quality of oil has improved so much in recent decades. not to mention the technology of the coast to monitor it. >> will was sent from a car that
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oil was sent000 -- wi from a car that had lasted 7,000 miles. >> every 20,000 miles are recommended, which edmonds' research does not dispute. chris clackum, nbc news. >> that is interesting. 58 degrees on tv hill. much more to come in our next half-hour of 11 news today. >> the race for maryland governor is heating up with a new campaign by bob ehrlich. details are next. >> it was justin bieber mania that swept through timonium yesterday. we'll show you more of the air pop star. >> a great
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>> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back.
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i am stan stovall. >> i'm lisa robinson, sitting in for mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. john collins has a quick look at today's forecast. >> temperatures are in the 50's and 60's. there is a thin crescent moon out there. the sunshine will be the dominant feature today. friday was an exception. we will detail how labor day turns out coming out. stick around. >> the race for maryland's governor is heating up. bob ehrlich hit the airwaves this weekend with his first television ad entitled "let's get to work." >> kim dacey is in northwest baltimore this morning with more on the story. >> early voting polls opened on friday. nearly 23,000 people across the state have cast their ballots. those who have not voted have
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more to consider as bob ehrlich tv airwaves. the team wo bob ehrlich 3 introduces himself to maryland voters. >> i am not the kind of guy to hang out on the sidelines. we are worse off than we were four years ago. >> it was a perfect opening ad his campaign. >> he matches o'malley's positivity and the ads look good because the aesthetics always matter. it is a very subtle thing, but it is important as to getting the mood of the candidate. >> it outlines his major goals -- help small business, improve schools, and fix the budget. the campaign quickly e-mailed --
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the o'malley campaign said -- "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more empty promises as he tries to run away from his record." there are no specifics as to how bob ehrlich will meet these goals of. >> voters do not want to hear this now. they want to know how you will help us out of the recession. >> those early voting polling places will be open today through thursday. the five baltimore sites will open at 10:00 a.m. this morning. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. owing toslist is battli pressure of eliminating its adult services section. they put a black box over it. critics say it is often a key week for the trafficking of women and prostitution.
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it is still operating overseas and is not clear if this is a temporary action on the part of craigslist or permit response to the pressure. >> a baltimore teenager is behind bars. marcus mcfadden is one of the three suspects who approached eric javonn hill in brooklyn park. police believe he'll try to drive off and that is when he was shot. marcus mcfadden is charged with armed robbery. >> police are investigating the discovery of two bodies. what has been identified as arthur childrsheldon. both were being taken care of by kimberly smith. the bodies were found on her property. an autopsy is being done to find
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out if the second body is his brother. >> if she suffered at all, this is the nightmare that i would not wish on anybody. >> the suspect is currently in jail on a probation violation. investigators are not ruling out any other suspects. >> final preparations for the bottom kill effort at the league site at the gulf of mexico. engineers hoisted the failed blowout preventer to the surface. it is now in federal custody and it is a key piece of evidence as to what caused the explosion. we have more. >> this is their first close-up look into what investigators hope will shed light on the worst environmental disaster. the failed blowout preventer was put aboard a vessel. it was handed over to federal
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authorities as they investigate what caused the april 20 explosion. >> we have it on surface and the investigation is moving forward. everybody will understand what has taken place. >> if asians -- as agents escort this, of operations for permanent killing the well are now underway. >> we have a new plot preventer on the well. this well does not cause a threat to the gulf of mexico. >> even with no oil flowing, officials are moving forward for the bottom kill procedure. >> we should be ready to move forward some time this next week. >> with the final plugging, focus turns to clean up. that will continue for a long time. francisco coe, nbc news.
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>> if you have a teenage girl, chances are you took them to see justin bieber in maryland. deborah weiner fills the prescription. >> this pretty much says it all, but the fact \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / the frantic race. >> we love you, justin! >> some people waited in line for hours. >> a lot of parents were standing in line for wristbands. i hope our daughters appreciate it to correct just listen to how george lettuce tries to break down the fever. >> i am excited. >> ken prewitt? >> indiana no. >> tell me you're excited level -- can you breed? ?-- can you breathe?
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>> no. he sings to me. ♪ >> the pop star is singing to a lot of merchants. >> it has been a great day. we are little behind. it is picking up. >> he has helped us a lot. >> there is some connection between this and $7 turkey legs because we are selling a lot of turkey legs pequot do not overbanked. just remember this because he is talented and he is smart and he is hot. >> deborah weiner, wbal-tv 11 news. >> maybe if he did not show up, they would have to go cold turkey. you cannot upload your pictures and video to our website. it is free and is easy. log onto [unintelligible]
6:38 am >> we have a scattering of clouds. the sun is coming up. at last check, 59 at the airport. humidity is 72%. it has been up to about 62 degrees. the temperature has been moving around. we have been down to 56 for the low this morning. we have storms to the south and storms to the northwest. not storms, just some rain. all of that looks like it will miss us. we will have a few scattered clouds and a few nice conditions. >> thank you. it is six degrees on tv hill. >> lovable pandas are causing quite the stir.
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>> we are still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day. did the georgia town go too far by making low-rising pants or skirts a criminal offense? e-mail your response to
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>> this story is for the dogs. this was in poland. there was an annual parade. the theme -- medieval battle dress. this honors a battle that
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happened in 1410. >> it is more like john's time. >> they competed for most original custom. what is the custom? >> it looks like something the scooped up. they may be a giant pandas, but the newborns are anything but. the boy and girl have quadrupled their birth rate. they made their first on-camera appearance and hammed it up quite a bit. japan now has 11 pandas living in captivity. cute. >> of those are the youngest panda's i have seen. it will be big one time. 56 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we will check the morning headlines. >> temperatures are in the 50's
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and 60's. the humidity is slow and the sunshine is coming out. we will detail the forecast for the week ahead. there is that beautiful view of the harbor. inner harbor,
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>> welcome back. in the headlines, students at maryland's college park campus or looking over their shoulders after a second week of robberies. the latest incident happened early saturday morning when a student was walking and was told he was approached by four individual. in response to the recent crime, police have launched a campaign to alert the public between the
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hours of 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. a construction worker is recovering after being partially buried on the job. this happened in district heights yesterday afternoon. his upper body was free. firefighters extracted him. no word on his condition. to surge insales a town in georgia. a new indecent exposure code makes any clothing that is 3 inches below the top of the hip and exposes undergarments or skin 8 fineable offense. first-time offenders would be charged $25. >> that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- did the georgia town go too far by making low-rising pants or skirts a criminal offense?
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>> we will post more of your answers on the front page of our website, >> labor day signals the close of the summer movie season. attendance was down significantly. studios made blockbuster dollars. we have more. >> remember way back when "iron man" kicked off the summer movie
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season with a bang? but then -- >> what am i wearing? >> movies were not exciting to the average moviegoer. >> attendance fell to its lowest levels in over a decade. but the box office revenue set a record high of 4.3 $5 billion. >> their work higher ticket prices across the board -- a high of $4.35 billion. >> you try to throw it every movie to increase revenue. it is going to kill the golden goose. "toys story 3," an absolute winner. "twilight eclipse" did extremely
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well. "scott prograpilgrim vs. the wo" did poorly. families always need something to see in the summer. >> will studios offered next summer? >> i think we will see more summers and comic book movies. >> that could work on screen and at the box office in 2011. >> this morning, just a scattering of clouds. they are not showing up too well on the satellite imagery. they are about the same temperature at the surface. this is the scattering. it is moving up from the southwest right now. more significant clouds off
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shore. the disturbance is producing a few rainshowers. that should miss us and stay to the north. the temperatures this point have been nice, almost chilly. we're so used to the 90's we have had. we started off in the 50's in many areas. 56 in annapolis. 53 in ocean city. elkton, 55. parkton, 52. frederick, 48 degrees. and in hancock, frostburg, mchenry. it is pleasantly cool in the mountains. high pressure will favor us today. the center is over us now and it will move further east. eventually we will get on the west side of the high. you tend to get cooler, drier air. that is what will filter in. you notice that tomorrow and
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wednesday. we will see increased clouds and a slight chance for a shower. we could use some rain. i don't think rain chances are very high. gaston is a cluster of storms. as a closer, it likely could become a tropical depression. we have depression number 10. it has got itself organized and it will not last all that long. some weather will be evidence along the western gulf coast. our forecast, a very nice and mostly sunny. pleasant, low humidity. 81 to 85 for the high. our future cash shows the storm track staying north of us. here is the front on tuesday. there are some spotty showers expected, and more dry air
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behind it. ahead of the front, we too warm up to around 90 with humid conditions. then the temperature will drop off again. these rain chances are very spotty. it will not work on the garden. late saturday into sunday, the rain chances go up once again. that will be more significant front. >> thank you. the race for maryland governor heats up. bob ehrlich releases his first television ad. we have more from kim dacey. >> former governor bob ehrlich hits the television airwaves yesterday with his first ad of the election season. he reintroduce himself to maryland voters and outlines his goals for the voters. he will fix the budget. we showed the spot to a political analyst. he said it looks good
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aesthetically and matches the positivity in governor martin o'malley's ad. o'malley campaign had a response, "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more and promises as he tries to run away from his record as the biggest spending governor in maryland history." early voting started on friday and will run today through thursday. the five baltimore sites will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> coming up, stars of reality tv. she nearly lost it all. fantasia takes on the rumors. ruby has a big family secret. but first, which check-in on the
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"today" show. >> coming up, the latest on a new tropical storm that formed over night. then we will tell you about a crime. a second woman had acid thrown in her face. a remarkable story. a nurse discovers it is the father she has not seen in more than 40 years. she will tell us about their cheerful reading. of that we get started on a monday morning. >> interesting stories. 50 degrees on tv hill. >> we will check the weather before you head out to start your labor day. stay with us.
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>> it is going to be kind of cool for the cookouts. >> today will be warmer than yesterday. we are off to a cool start this morning. we expect to get into the low 80's with lots of sunshine. a few more clouds to bar. closer to 90. 90 on wednesday and maybe a shower. >> because of the coverage of golf, you can find 11 news at 5:00 p.m. on our bal-plus ch annel. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. be sure to tune into am 1090 wbal radio traffic. have a good one. >> follow breaking news and weather any time at, and stay connected with us on facebook and twitter.
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as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.

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